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Palm Downtown Mortuary & Cemetery

1325 North Main St, Las Vegas, NV

OBITUARY

Charles Edward Green

February 14, 1943November 25, 2019

Charles Edward Green was born in Tallulah Louisiana on February 14th 1943 to Cleveland Spann and Lucy Green-Spann. Both preceding him in death also two brothers Percy (Tee) Green and John Henry Green.

Charles received his basic education in Thomastown high School in Tallulah Louisiana where he graduated in 1962. Shortly after he moved to Houston Texas. Where are you study the art of bartending. While working in Houston he decided to relocate to Las Vegas ,Nevada. Where he landed a job working for Nevada test site. Then he moved on to Henry's bar. Where he did what he LOVED doing bartending!! He retired from Caesars Palace in the convention maintenance department in 2004. On January 25th 1991 he married the love of his life WillieMae (Old Lady)! During the time that they share. Charles (Old Man or Main Man) enjoy watching westerns together. Charles loves his westerns and smoking his good old Ganja and hanging out with the family.

Charles Edward depart this life November 25th 2019 at Nathaniel Addison hospice.

Charles leaves to mourn him, his loving and devoted wife Willie Mae Fleming Green, son Julius Fleming, 3 granddaughters Carisa, Destiny and Serenity 5 grandsons Cashaun,Terrence, Kyrees, Javion and Charles,2 brothers Joe L Sainsbury of Tallulah Louisiana and Cleveland Spann (Nora) of Las Vegas Nevada 1 sister Rebecca Spann-Santos of Los Angeles California 1 sister-in-law Essie Tiffith (Fred Jr) and a host of nieces, nephews ,cousins and other relatives and friends.

Services

9 December

Visitation

3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Palm Downtown Mortuary

Small Chapel

1325 North Main St
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

10 December

Funeral Service

1:00 pm

Palm Downtown Mortuary

Small Chapel

1325 North Main St
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

10 December

Graveside Service

2:30 pm

Palm Downtown Cemetery

1325 N Main St
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

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